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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Nezha Merzouga
Riad Nezha is a gorgeous and authentic resort. The rooms were very Moroccan inspired but also had a touch of "hotel" with clean towels, soaps, etc. The food that is provided for breakfast, lunch and dinner is absolutely delicious and flavorful. The ingredients are bought fresh from the market and prepared in a beautiful manner. The poolside is fantastic and relaxing. I honestly can say that it is the people of this resort that made my stay memorable. Mohammed and the staff are so fun to be around and are also very resourceful when it comes to the town and the desert. I felt right at home and welcomed. I will definitely recommend the Riad Nezha to anyone and I will stay here again when i travel back to the Sahara desert!
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... by the name
of Bob Marley. Charly's camel was the one that was carrying the
supplies as it was a bit bigger and wider. I can't remember its name,
but the translation means 'not too big and not too little'.
After adjusting to the gait of a camel,
riding it was actually a really nice experience. Bob was very
comfortable, which cannot be said for Charly's camel...so I laughed a
little at her wobbling around and exclaiming that her bum hurt like
Woke up to yet another gorgeous Moroccan sunrise (will I ever get tired of this?), and headed over to a palmery. Along the way we paused for a moment at a turn in the road, and some random guy in an orange turban opened the door, jumped on the bus, yelled "As salaam alaikum!" with a giant grin. For a good 10 seconds everyone on the bus was kind of horrified - did we just pick up a hitch hiker? Who the hell is this guy?? - after a minute, Muhammed realized we ...
... some supper, I'm told to be sure and be back by ten--or I'll be locked out...
Next day, I head out to explore Goulmima. It's a very plain, ordinary town. The streets look like any streets anywhere in Morocco. But, frankly, it's almost a relief. I've been so bombarded by the amazing over this last week that I really need to just stroll around a boring, normal town to unwind a bit.
I do find a nice view next to the stream ...